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CNOC, advocates push gov’t to be tougher on affordability

News | 11/27/2020 11:38 am EST
Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry Navdeep Bains holds a press conference in West Block to speak with reporters about the introduction of the proposed Digital Charter Implementation Act on Nov. 17, 2020./ Photo by Andrew Meade.

The Competitive Network Operators of Canada (CNOC) and advocacy group OpenMedia told MPs the federal government needs to demonstrate more political will to bring lower internet and wireless prices to Canada, two days after Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains told the same committee there needs to be a “balance” between affordability and investment.

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